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The ovarian structures identified at the time of ET are important for the selection of recipients. In previous report, the first-wave dominant follicle, located ipsilateral to the corpus luteum on the ovary, was associated with reduced conception rate after artificial insemination. Thus, a similar locational relationship may affect conception rate during embryo transfer. Data from 297 transfers of fresh embryos to virgin heifers were analyzed aiming to check the effect of first-wave dominantdoi:10.12681/jhvms.25366 fatcat:t2vcxxdeirfotp63jiw3ujpluq